Highlights

The Impact of Access to Information on our Societies e-forum – 7-18 September 2015

Participate in the e-forum! This online event provides a forum to discuss how the adoption of access to information as part of the post-2015 agenda can be promoted. The forum will focus in particular on the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
For more information on how to participate click hereThe Impact of Access to Information on our Societies e-forum – 7-18 September 2015

"Improving Semantics in Agriculture" Workshop - Material Online!

On the 2nd and 3rd of July 2015 the "Improving Semantics in Agriculture" Workshop took place in the FAO Head Quarter in Rome, Italy. If you are interested in the workshop material and further background information, please have a look at the workshop webpage:

http://aims.fao.org/agrisemantics-workshop-2015

 

Research4Life General Partners Annual Meeting

From 20th to 22nd of July, the Research4Life General Partners Annual Meeting will take place at WHO and WIPO headquaters in Geneva. Research4Life is a public-private partnership of the WHO, FAO, UNEP, WIPO, Cornell and Yale Universities and the International Association of Scientific, Technical & Medical Publishers. The R4L partners will have the opportunity to report about the developments of HINARI, AGORA and OARE in 2014-2015.

New AGRIS online service desk

AGRIS has a new online service desk powered by Agro-Know stem service. The online service is designed to make it simpler for data providers to interact with AGRIS.

Bienvenido a AIMS


Normas para la Gestión de la Información Agricola (AIMS, por sus siglas en inglés), es un portal con información acerca de (y acceso a) normas, tecnología y buenas prácticas. Es además un foro para relacionar a los trabajadores en gestión de la información a nivel mundial, y para discutir el acceso abierto y los datos abiertos. AIMS está dispuesta para la colaboración y la interoperabilidad.

AIMS es parte de CIARDS, el movimiento mundial de conocimiento agrícola abierto para el desarrollo.

 

Directorio Vest

El directorio VEST es un catálogo para recuperar conjuntos de datos, conjuntos de metadatos, herramientas y Sistemas de Organización del Conocimiento (SOC) usados en la gran comunidad de gestión de información agrícola.